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are letting a billionaire decide.. chicago alderman anthony beale at a press conference saying he's been asked to drop out too..but he won't. the seat was left empty when jesse jackson junior resigned... he's now facing federal charges. halvorson ...ran against jackson in last march's primary... she says the latest shakeup in the race...is an attempt to stymie her support. back room dealing...voters deserve better... who gains the most? it depends who tyouyou ask... >> tomorrow we will be taking a closer look at the second district race. we will bring you their views on the issues important to the district. be sure to tune in at 6:00 p.m. tomorrow on cltv... >> it has been 10 years and sends a deadly stampede at the nightclub that claimed 21 lives. many of the victims' families are still seeking justice. the case remains unresolved in the courts. we spoke with some of the victims' relatives as they marked the anniversary >> plant her husband's favorite song stands over a cross... >> he was a family guy... all he worried about was his children >> there were more than 1500 partygoers on fe
early this morning near 67th and south chicago. police say mayor rahm emanuel personally called hadiya's parents to share the news. they won't share their thoughts publicly until charges are officially filed. but shatira wilks...hadiya's cousin and the family's spokesperson... shared hers. if there's any truth to this it is comforting to know that one less killer is off the streets possibly. on tuesday hadiya's family will be in washington d-c invited guests for the president's state of the union address. and there's word from the white house... the president will take his policy proposals to the people..with 3 stops including one in chicago on friday where he'll talk about gun violence. some had called on the president to attend hadiya's funeral... but the first lady michelle obama came instead... along with hundreds of dignitaries, relatives and friends.. they packed a southside church to capacity on saturday to say goodbye. you don't know how hard this really is. and those of you who do...im sorry. im sorry. hadiya was one of more than 40 people killed in a bloody january in chicago
embarrassing for an ex congressman his former aldermen wife and one of chicago's once most prominent and influential political families, we knew this day was coming but a deal with prosecutors had been made. what i don't think anybody expected was the enormity ignore some of the bizarreness. the infamous $43,000 gold plated men's rolex but how about the $9,500 worth of children's furniture? or much worse... it looks like the server disliked that story there's a lot more on that list truly interesting items it steven from jesse jackson jr. today accepting full responsibility for what he calls the improper decisions and mistakes i have made a very similar statement from sandy jackson of by her lawyer who told me over the phone this afternoon: others of course calling it an immense blow or we should say another amends blow to the public's faith in their politicians particularly here in the state of illinois. cindy jackson charged with understating six years of the families taxes in what is considered by federal prosecutors to be a fairly complex conspiracy because it involves three-quar
. >> all right, erin, thanks. we are in windy and chilly chicago where president obama spoke today about the epidemic of teen violence gripping his home town. we're also going to be looking at the close encounter with a meteor that everyone is talking about that was literally earth-shaking, and later, we'll have the latest on the blade runner's emotional day in court, charged with premeditated murder in the death of his girlfriend. but we begin with breaking news in the mudeath of killer cop christopher dorner. just moments ago, another vital question was answered. the precise manner of dorner's death. randi kaye is joining us. she just got word of the situation. she's in las vegas. the big headline is dorner died from a single gunshot wound to the head. does it mean it was self-inflicted? >> it appears so, chris. they didn't see him fire the fatal shot, but all indications are it was self-inflicted. they are still investigating, of course, but you have to remember that cabin was on fire. so law enforcement wasn't anywhere near him. they had that armored vehicle that was pulling the wall
young and brightest minds of new opportunities to serve... >> chicago tribune political reporter rick pearson joining us right now. he did his usual shaking of hands it was very interesting kind of a special moment he reached out to his elected successor he wants to write into the economy. the agenda that the president laid out this evening particularly among democrats very wide ranging you are talking about education reform, rebuilding infrastructure home mortgage refinancing, green energy but truly the heavy overtones were on the economy and job creation and helping the middle class. it is our generation's duty to reignite the true engine of american economic growth thriving middle class. it is our unfinished task to restore the basic bargain that built this country the idea that if you work hard and me your responsibilities you can get ahead in a matter where you come from, no matter what you look like or who you love. >> he talked a lot about the fact that i will make sure that these things get done. at the beginning he talked about bipartisanship but as we saw the speech go lon
to five years in prison and a 250-thousand dollar fine... his wife, former chicago alderman sandi jackson, who resigned last month, also faces prison time and fines... accused of understating the couples income on their tax returns for six years. the patriarch of the family, reverand jesse jackson, is in washington d-c this weekend to be with his son, who the family says is still undergoing medical care. jesse junior took leave from his congressional duties starting in june. while at first keeping tight lipped about the reason... doctors finally said it was for bipolar disorder. he resigned from congress just weeks after re-election in november, under a cloud of an ethics investigation... people remember all the great work that my brother has done... the jackson family, long a powerhouse in chicago and national politics... now says it will rally around jesse junior... who many saw, at one point, as a rising star in the democratic party. and as my brother jonathan said we will stand with him until the end of time >> attorneys for the jackson's indicated the couple will plead guilty >>
>> no chanting... no shouting. the five block march through chicagos kenwood neighborhood saturday morning brought quiet attention to the small south side park where gunfire killed 15 year old hadiya pendelton... a majorette with the king high school band... who performed in last months inaugural parade. we make an appeal for those who did the killing... and those who know of the killing and killers.. turn themselves in. the reverand jesse jackson... among those here... 'can i get a witness' just an hour earlier, he brought families impacted by chicagos gun violence to his rainbow push headquarters.. including hadiya pendeltons cousin. pendelton was shot in the back and killed while standing with friends inside harsh park after taking final exams on tuesday. police believe the shooter mistook the group for a rival gang. shatira welks wants the person to be turned in.. you know your child. you know your cousin. you know your friend you know your relative. you know whos done this. all theyre going to do is do something to somebody elses child pendelton was one of 42 people killed in chic
house to avoid the crush of chicago media. the jail time is likely under a blind plea agreement that would leave the former congressman's fate in the hands of a federal judge in washington. this is true and if this is what comes on then i think that probably jackson's lawyers have decided who would rather rolled the dice and take a chance with whatever we get he has agreed to something it may very well be, that an election promise from the government it would explain why he would proceed to the stadium twice. cindy jackson who resigned from city council last month also the subject of a federal investigation. it's not just the campaign finance money but the fact that the couple has had reports of personal use some or all of it on their taxes. at one point a couple offered to pay back but the fed said, no deal is too late. we are told that it was for jackson himself the watch was, there were other things pay for like carpets and repairs for their washington d.c. home. neither jackson could be reached for comment today but we do know that jackson and his wife have lived separate p
. it happened in front of 1000 people including a chicago tribune photographer and here's how it looked a 24 year-old performer burned on stage a stage packed with other young performers at the time. i was really excited and then all of a sudden that happened some was stomping it out. there are fire guards on stage who took control of the situation. it's a bit elaborate, breathing fire and still walking simultaneously the mist that happened five hours into a five and a half hour opera. in fact the opera staff were extraordinarily optimistic and hopeful about this he is here with second-degree burns to his face in the burns to the inside of his throat listed in serious-critical condition. one of chicago's bravest injured but ok tonight after fighting a fire at an abandoned warehouse on the city's south side. it was contained to the first floor but not before one firefighter was badly hurt the firefighter was rushed to northwestern memorial hospital officials say the fire fighter is all right. the former alderman sandy jackson the chicago sun-times reported tonight the feds are trying to figur
are awaiting the president who is on the road again. he's about to speak in his hometown of chicago focused on erasing decades of poverty and preparing young people for the requirements of a modern 21st century world. he's also expected to touch on gun safety in a neighborhood devastated nightly by tragedy. something that he spoke about earlier today at the president's citizen's medal ceremony at the white house. >> a special note just to the families who are here from sandy hook, we are so blessed to be with you. i have gotten to know many of you during the course of some very difficult weeks, and your courage and love for each other and your communities shines through every single day and we could not be more blessed and grateful for your loved ones who gave everything they had on behalf of our kids. >> as we await the president, let's go to our panel. mark glaze is director of mayors against illegal guns and karen finney is former dn c communications director and also an msnbc political analyst. good day to you both. mark, i want to talk about some of the points that the president is exp
, who is the current face of gun violence in chicago. and choreography during the nearly three hour funeral service for hadiya pendleton. her casket at front of the greater harvest baptist church on the south side as mourners paid their respects. before the service, first lady michele obama spent about 30 minutes with pendleton's closest friends and relatives. mrs. obama then greeted the other dignitaries and leaders who attended the funeral. >>the most moving part of the service was the five minutes hadiya pendleton's mother spoke to the congregation: >>...you don't know everything, you don't know how hard this really is. and those of you that do no hard this is, i'm sorry. i'm sorry. >> cleopatra pendleton smiled and laughed as she remembered her daughter. she also offered advice to other parents: >> it starts with the small things. when your children try to talk to you, listen. >>at the family's request, the focus of the service was on the life of hadiya pendleton. and not politics or gun-control. that's why significant time was given to her friends to offer their thoughts.
who was a soldier, the son of this chicago police officer said he was attacked at a filling station. he was taken for a drive before being released. police are investigating the crime after they were called by chicago police and told about the victims claim. the victim also said he was dumped from his car somewhere at the time. he sought a 24-hour walgreen's. ironically the alleged suspect was caught on video inside of the walgreen's as he walked inside to try and use the victims atm card to get money. police came to the truck to view the video from this walgreen's and tried to identify the suspect. >> he was carjacked. he saw the wall greenstein open 24 hours and just ran for it. came in and fell on the floor. my co-workers called the police and ambulance. clooney was laying there the crowd came in with his atm card and a guy saw him. the guy looked at him and ran back out of the door. >> they're continuing to investigate the crime. parents in west chicago are searching for alternative care and schooling after teachers in district 33 hit the picket line. wgn's jae miller is li
control. the president spoke in chicago where the skyrocketing murder rate is now as bad as the al capone gap land days soft far this year there have been 44 only side44homicide compared ton there were 26. eric, you were born and raised in chicago. this problem got out of hand. in the first five hour, i talked cops on the ground who say there are not enough force. the civil rights groups are out of control. do you think what the president said will have any effect? >> eric: give president obama credit for going to chicago. why are you going, making tour of rounds and bypass chicago. he is in chicago where the murder rate is higher than any other major city in murder. more than double from say 20, 25 years ago. the rate, bob. number, 508 homicides last year on pace to break the record this year. there is hand gun ban. you not allowed to carry a handgun inshy of chicago. the most strict gun control laws aren't helping the murder rate go down. you apply it across the country, it doesn't maybe seasons to apply the rules -- it doesn't make sense to apply the rules. >> bob: if you felt the came
. the president spoke in chicago where the skyrocketing murder rate is now as bad as the al capone gap land days soft far this year there have been 44 only side44homicide compared ton there were 26. eric, you were born and raised in chicago. this problem got out of hand. in the first five hour, i talked cops on the ground who say there are not enough force. the civil rights groups are out of control. do you think what the president said will have any effect? >> eric: give president obama credit for going to chicago. why are you going, making tour of rounds and bypass chicago. he is in chicago where the murder rate is higher than any other major city in murder. more than double from say 20, 25 years ago. the rate, bob. number, 508 homicides last year on pace to break the record this year. there is hand gun ban. you not allowed to carry a handgun inshy of chicago. the most strict gun control laws aren't helping the murder rate go down. you apply it across the country, it doesn't maybe seasons to apply the rules -- it doesn't make sense to apply the rules. >> bob: if you felt the camera moved up an
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minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. chicago, chicago, that toddling town ♪ chicago, chicago, i will show you around ♪ >> happy friday. i'm toure, that's frank sinatra because president obama is back in his hometown, chicago. it is the last stop on his three-day post-state of the union tour. he will discuss building the middle class ladders of opportunity. there will be a heavy focus on gun control. the president is speaking blocks away from where this 15-year-old was killed days after his inauguration. she was standing together in a huddle trying to get out of the rain when gunshots hit her. >> her parents are here tonight along with more than two dozen americans whose lives have been torn apart by gun violence. they deserve a vote. they deserve a vote. gabby giffords deserves a vote. the families of newtown deserve a vote. the families of aurora deserve a vote. the family of oak creek and tucson and blacksburg and the countless other communities ripped open by gun violence, they deserve a simple vote. >> moving moment. we start with michael crowley, d
on chicago's south side in what police believe was a case of mistaken identity. michelle obama will attend her funeral tomorrow. despite the soul-searching in america following the sandy hook shooting, january was the deadliest month for gun crime in chicago for a decade. we have this report from the city. >> majorette from a chicago high school on a visit to washington for the president's inauguration. in the middle, 15-rolled hadiya pendleton, who had appeared in a video denouncing gun violence. >> this video is informational for you and your future children. >> it was a gun in her life in this chicago part 10 days ago as she sheltered from the rain. the killer apparently mistook her for a rival gang member. >> never in a million years did i think that i would lose my child to a gunshot. she was not that type of kid. >> do you think something can come of it in terms of change? >> my hope is that my daughter's death is not in vain. maybe there are some laws that can be put in place. >> to be quite honest, that is the whole purpose of this interview -- then maybe some things can change. >>
of chicago has named its first public enemy number one since the days of the letter and gangster al capone. a mexican drug boss is the kingpin of the lower-cost tell. his gang is suspected of supplying most of the drugs that supply the chicago streets. he should be considered a crime boss, it is said, despite the fact that he leaves that he lives in mexico. president barack obama is returning to chicago on friday. he is expected to discuss the state of the economy and plans to talk about gun control. some are questioning whether stricter laws will have any impact on the high levels of violence on the city streets. >> in ingleside, 20 shots heard over there. >> this is what president obama is coming home to. >> about every couple days i hear about a gun for sale. nothing to do with a gun card or a gun store or the gun law they just passed that is supposed to keep them off the streets because they are still on the streets. >> last year 506 people were killed in chicago. >> this is the third or fourth shooting on the block this year. >> that is more americans that died -- then died in afghani
and a code of silence is letting people get away with murder in chicago. when the cbs evening news continues. cc >> pelley: back now from new orleans. jesse jackson is calling on president obama to come to chicago to confront the gun crisis. today, jackson led mar cherz to the park where a 15-year-old girl was shot to death this week a mile from mr. obama's chicago home. the police say that it is likely she was the victim of a gang war. dean reynolds has discovered why gang gang related murders have become so difficult to solve. for almost seven years, pam and tom bosley have been hoping for a measure of justice. >> my son terrell was murdered april 4th, 2006. >> reporter: but no one has paid a price except terrell's family. >> the first year when this happened to terrell, it was real hard for me, and i tried to take my life twice. >> reporter: a suspect was arrested and tried, but then acquitted, the evidence was sparse, the witnesses willing to testify, few, even though terrell was shot in a church parking lot on a busy street. >> people were out there, but nobody said anything, yes, peopl
evening in chicago. that's where we find weather channel meteorologist eric fisher on michigan avenue tonight. eric, good evening. >> reporter: good evening, brian. we're not seeing those up to hurricane-force gusts that we had across the plains that wreaked havoc yesterday, but we are seeing that same heavy, wet snow that's left over 100,000 people without electricity. in wichita this morning, they were digging out from the snowiest february on record. >> that's a lot of snow. it's not used to this. >> reporter: while aerials from oklahoma reveal the landscape of stranded cars as some drivers learned the hard way. >> don't drive when they tell you not to. when they say conditions are going to be bad, they're bad. >> reporter: and they're bad across a wide swath of the country. 19 inches in amarillo, 21 in follette, texas, nearly 7 in wichita and 11 inches of snow in kansas city. at least three deaths have been blamed on the storm, two from traffic accidents. but roof collapses also pose a danger. heavy, wet snow brought down this roof on a horse arena in shawnee, kansas. fortunately,
.s. post office mail. he is not happy about the upcoming changes that take effect august 1st. chicago district post offices will you to know that the other saturday services will continue. if you're giving medicine on saturday you're going to continue to get your medicine on saturday. if you're looking for a package from saturday you'll continue to see that package on saturday. and they're hoping that they will be able to phase this in. through attrition there might be summed elimination. we are hoping there will not be any massive changes. we hope to talk to the unions later on in the day. we will have the very latest in the evening as. law >> i've with more on why there was a delay the police are crediting several agencies as working together. he is arrested monday over seven hours. police said witnesses able to provide a description of the suspect. more importantly that witness was able to give them a partial license plate number that police were able to use to track him down. he is suspected of 15 robberies in eight different cities crossing county lines. right now has only been
michael bloomberg. alderman anthony beale we constantly send rich people to washington. 15 chicago democratic alderman athony beale is one of those not happy with the influx of money from outside the second district. beale the people should be outraged that somebody is pouring 2 million dollars into a district saying 'here is my candidate' from new york and telling what theyre supposed to do and who theyre supposed to vote for. halvorson you should never pay the price you are for prescription drugs. former congresswoman debbie halvorson, another recognizable name in this crowded race, believes it will be the message not the money that shines through next tuesday. debbie halvorson thats why were not going to let a new york mayor like michael bloomberg spend millions of dollars trying to buy this election and so bloomberg and his candidate need to watch out because illinois voters want to decide who is going to win this election. three candiates have dropped out in recent days, most notably state senator toi hutchinson a leading candidate who then threw her support to robin kelly.
, and, in chicago professor and organizer organized a petition of hadiya pendleton. we will also speak to obama's climate change policies. >> i can announce over the next year another 34,000 american troops will come home from afghanistan. this drawdown will continue. by the end of next year, our war in afghanistan will be over. >> while obama says the war will be over next year, the pentagon says the troops will remain until the 2024. we will speak to activist kathy kelly. and we will speak to aura bogado about what he did not say about immigration. this is democracy now!, democracynow.org, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. president obama gave further details on his second term agenda tuesday night with the annual state of the union address. on the environment, obama called on lawmakers to take action against global warming with a number of victims of gun violence in attendance, obama also urged congress to vote on new gun control measures, including background checks and bans on massive ammunition magazines. >> congress will not act soon enough to protect future generations
chicago. >> una menor violada en mexico su padrasto reconocio >> está acusado de asesinato un atleta y cuya imagen dio la vuelta al mundo, el famoso corredor habría matado a su novia de varios disparos. >> vamos con los detalles. >> con la misma velocidad que asombraba al mundo es (nombre en inglés) que hallaron muerta a la mujer en la pieza y las balas de 9 milimetros. >> podemos confirmar que una mujer de 30 años murió en la escena. >> la policía interrogoó durante horas al atleta. >> puedo confirmar que ha habido incidentes previos. >> días antes la mujer escribió contra las violaciones y abusos contra mujeres. >> despertee feliz en la mañana y no muchas personas lo hicieron. >> se escribió una de las páginas más emotivas de las últimas olimpiadas, su historia era un ejemplo de lucha y superación, él sufrió la amputacion de sus dos pies y era motivo de burlas de los compañeros, y decían que esas fibras le daba la ventaja por sobre los demás corresdores. >> ella había escrito lo emocionada que estaba en el día de san valentín y promovida de vestirse de negro p
in his hometown pushing for gun control. the presidentor spoke in chicago where the p skyrocketing murder rate is now as bad as the al capone gangland days. so far this year, there have been 44 homicides. that's comparedth to this time n 192 when there were only 26. eric, you were born and raised26 in chicago. this problem has gotten out of hand in the first five hours oft this year alone. five shootings. h i talked to anonymously some cops on the ground. is not enough force and these i are a lot of young teens committing these crimes and the civil rights groups are out of control. they can't even lay hands on these kids to try and bring them in. you think what the president said will have any effect? >> listen, let's give him credit, president obama credit for going to chicago because we called him out and said why aren'tor you going and he bypasd chicago. he's in chicago where the murder rate now is higher than any other major city in america. it's more than double from, say, 20, 25 years ago, the rate, bob. and the actual number, 508 last year. on pace to break that number this year. a
the money will go in the next nine days. still to come, i will sit down with stars of the nbc , " chicago fire." and pet questions -- if you have 1, e-mail petquestions@wbaltv.com >> in just one year, she will host the opening ceremony of the winter olympics. hard to believe is that close. in look at the progress of the construction as we covered the world. >> exactly what the year before the games are to begin, russian dignitaries and super sports stars are celebrating what really has been an extraordinary transformation, given that 85% of the venue, both down here on the sea level where the skating events will be taking place, as well as in the mountains, 30 mi. away, has to be built from scratch. >> the ones near completion have been a bit delayed. i am sure the organizers have all the resources to complete them on time. >> $51 billion, an alltime olympic games record. with so much prestige of russia on the line, he was relying on oligarch friends to take the gamble, that a huge success here would make him a truly a world player on the political stage. what will it boost his very tarni
on the chicago area. if you committed to work or sat in traffic expect more bad weather for your evening trictrip home. all areas north of interstate 90. the advisory last until 9:00 p.m.. the rental switch over to snow and will definitely be a factor. the airport has canceled over 200 flights in anticipation of the storm. all of the details later in the show. the northeast is bracing for massive winter storms that could bring 20 to 30 in. of snow. most of southern new england could see blizzard conditions. hills start tomorrow morning with the heaviest amounts dumped that night and saturday. the storm hit just after the 35th anniversary of the historic blizzard that paralyzed the region. >> it has been a pretty tense week since a lunch room brawl on monday. another fight on tuesday which led to 18 arrests. the students have yet to return and they now facing possible explosions that have extra plainclothes officers working today. there closely monitoring all vehicles. when we find threats we review them and we look into it. we see if the information is good or not. school officials say there ha
in minnesota he hopped on a bus to chicago determined to do something. the 15 year-old student at king's college prep was standing under an awning on the park on tuesday with a group of kids when she was shot and killed just one week after performing at events for president obama as inauguration. the fact that she has made international news that makes me happy because i believe her legacy is going to live on earlier today chicago police chief chicagomccarthy said police have got lots of tips there chasing leads but they need more help from the public to close this case. if we get this guy into custody we may save somebody else from going through what this family is going through right now somebody who could take a fire arm and put it in front of them and fired into a crowd of teenagers who have to be huddled to get out of the rain preventing future tragedies must include... you are serving six months or less. a large crowd is expected to turn out to say goodbye to this young girl who touched so many lives. a student told staff members and they put the team into an empty classroom and
that were here. we have that on later editions. first there was al capone. eight decades later chicago has a new public enemy number one. >> he is the biggest drug dealer of all time. officials only the second person to receive such a distinction behind el cajon. they're calling al capone in comparison an amateur. this is the head of the cartel. members of the crime commission announcing his new moniker just a short while ago. 90 percent of the drug on our street can be traced to the cartel. chicago now held for the u.s. distribution and a source of much of the gun violence plaguing our streets today. >> you can say that he virtually has his finger print on the gun s and killing the children of the city. he has sales agents in chicago. managers of distribution. debt collectors. that, and fans in forces operating right now. forbes named him the 63rd most powerful person in the world. he is worth about a billion dollars. it is believed he is in a remote hideaway in western mexico. officials hope that it will put pressure on authorities to capture him. encouraging people in chicago to co
was last seen wearing a black jacket and diamond shaped patterned pants. the chicago teenager shot to death. days after performing at the presidential inauguration. is being laid to rest. the first lady attended the funeral of ha-die-ya pendleton. who was gunned walking home from school last month. athena jones reports. >> reporter: first lady michelle obama is returning to her hometown to attend the funeral of 15-year-old hadiya pendleton, a bystander shot dead in a chicago park a week after she performed at the president's inauguration. vice president biden memorialized the young honor student in remarks to house democrats. >> this was no ordinary child. she was a child who had used social media, urging her friends to speak out, don't join gangs and now she is gone. >> reporter: pendleton was killed just a mile from the first family's home in chicago, a city facing an epidemic of gun violence. it's an issue president obama has raised numerous times, including in a speech after newtown. >> as a nation, we have endured far too many of these tragedies in the last few years. >> an elementary
chicago. y univisiÓn investiga, consiguio grabable del diÁlogo de pilotos y controladores aÉreos antes del accidente donde mutrio jenni rivera, comenzamos. >>> este es su "noticiero univisiÓn", edicion nocturna, con ili a calderÓn y enrique acevedo. >>> buenas noches. mientrase la atenciÓn del mundo estaba en el asteroide mÁs grande en acercarse a la tierra, un meteoro sorprendiÓ a especialistas, y dibujÓ una lÍnea de fuego en una ciudad rus rusr rusa, la mayorÍa de heridos por cristales rotos torma con los detalles. >>> rocas ardientes se veÍan a millas de distancia al entrar en la atmÓsfera, dejando una enorme estela de humo. ty el retumbar de explosiones, algunos pensaron que era el tidicio de una guerra, y otros recordados las palabra del apocalipsis, fue una lluvia de meteoritos, se reportaron temblores de tierra, ventanas destrozadas, y amarmas de vehÍculos que se disparaban sin cesar. en los sitios de trabajo y escuelas asÍ lo vivieron, 6 ciudades afectadas, y mil heridos, 200 niÑos, la onda explosiva equivale a milo toneladas de dinamita, agradecÓo a dios que ninguna
of the issues facing lawmakers. president obama was in chicago friday, where he talked about a plan to increase the minimum wage. under his proposal, the wage would increase to 9 dollars, from $7.25. house speaker john boehner has said the plan would hinder companies from hiring. also, last week, the house voted in favor of freezing pay for federal workers, including members of congress. the bill is expected to be defeated by the senate. economists are upbeat about the first half of 2013. they expect the gdp to show 2.1% growth in the current quarter, up from previous estimates of 1.7%, according to a survey from the philadelphia fed. second- quarter growth is pegged at 2.3%, up from 2%. growth for the entire year is expected to drop slightly to 1.9% from earlier forecasts of 2%. more than ever, as you are preparing your taxes, con artists are preparing to rip you off. jennifer waters is here with details. hi jen! how exactly does this work? what are they doing? > > good morning angie. i'll tell you, they are getting your name, and they're finding your social security number, and they're gettin
narcotraficante americano mÁs buscado del mundo que ahora es el nuevo enemigo pÚblico de chicago destronando a un mafioso de los aÑos 30. janet rodrÍguez nos explica. >>> el chapo guzmÁn recibiÓ en chicago un tÍtulo nombrado el enemigo pÚblico numero 1 por la agencia antidrogas y crÍmenes de la ciudad. destronando a al capitca alca p quiero que sus cÓmplices sepan que lo vamos a lograr. dijo el director de la dea. segÚn las autoridades el chapo es para los narcÓticos lo que al capone fue para la cerveza y el whisky y merece su tÍtulo por su brutalidad, maldad y poder. el narcotraficante mÁs buscado del mundo. maneja el 25% de las operaciones de drogas que entran ilegalmente al paÍs ha hecho de chicago una sede para sus negocios ilÍcitos y el director de la dea asegura que el cartel de sinaloa abastece el 90% de la droga que circula por la ciudad. segÚn agentes de la d e a el chapo guzmÁn tiene vendedores distribuidores y almacenes en las calles de chicago. estÁn infiltrados mayormente en barrios latinos, donde son difÍciles de distinguir. >>> las autoridades aseguran que poco a
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